Kamala Harris takes tougher line on China, calls out 'bullying' as administration reviews trade policy

Meanwhile, US Trade Representative Katherine Tai had a virtual meeting with the US Chamber China Center Advisory Board and the leadership of the US-China Business Council to discuss trade issues involving the two countries. Tai noted that the administration was reviewing its China trade policy, stating that the US needs to address its goals of creating jobs and raising wages while also dealing with Chinese unfair trade practices that undermine the US.